Aquatic bodywork including Watsu and Waterdance are forms of passive healing work intended to achieve a profound level of relaxation in the client.
Watsu is characterized by one-on-one sessions in which a practitioner or therapist gently cradles, moves, stretches, and massages a receiver in chest-deep warm water (around 35°C = 95°F). It combines elements of muscle stretching, joint mobilization, Shiatsu and dance.
The receiver is continuously supported by a practitioner or therapist while being back-floated, rhythmically cradled, moved, stretched, and massaged.
Watsu & Waterdance are deeply nurturing modalities like you've never experienced before. They reset the nervous system and are specially indicated for those interested in addressing stress, grief, trauma, PTSD, etc.